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Courtesy of Spring Meadow Nursery

Courtesy of Spring Meadow Nursery

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Abelia grandiflora 'Lynn' PPAF CBRAF Plant propagation prohibited


Buy Pinky Bells™ Abelia; online. Pinky Bells™ Abelia is a compact plant that has the largest flowers of any Abelia! Pendulous, lavender-pink flowers bloom from mid-summer to fall. New growth on the foliage and stems takes on red hues in late spring and autumn. This cross between Abelia schumannii 'Bumblebee' and Abelia zanderi 'Little Richard' has a strong root system, healthy growth and excellent container presentation.


2-3 Feet


2-3 Feet

Hardiness Zone:


What's My Hardiness Zone?

Plant Characteristics

Plant Introduction
  • Proven Winners® Plant Collection
Plant Type
  • Flowering Shrub
Northern States Exposure
  • Full Sun
  • Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade
  • Part Shade
Southern States Exposure
  • Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade
  • Dappled Shade
  • Full Sun
  • Part Shade
  • Spring Flowering
  • Cut Flowers
  • Fragrant Flowers
Growth Rate
  • Fast
Flower Color
  • Lavender
  • Light Pink
  • Multi
Foliage Color (Spring)
  • Green
Foliage Color (Summer)
  • Green
Foliage Color (Fall)
  • Green
Foliage Color (Winter)
  • Semi-Evergreen
  • Purple / Dark Purple
  • Green
Soil Type Preference
  • Adapts Well to Most Soil Types
Soil Moisture Needs
  • Average
  • Well Drained
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Moist
Nature Attraction
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Deer Resistant
  • Attracts Bees / Honey Bees
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
Seasons of Interest
  • Spring
  • Fall
  • Late Spring / Early Summer
  • Year Round
  • Late Summer / Early Fall
  • Early Spring
  • Winter
  • Summer
Best Usages
  • Under Power Lines
  • Accent Plant
  • Rock Gardens
  • Wildlife Habitat
  • Mass Planting
  • Near Water Gardens or Ponds
  • Border Plant
  • Understory Planting
Best Characteristics
  • Flower
  • Growth Habit
  • Foliage
Recommended Planting Time
  • Summer
  • Spring
  • Fall
Propagation Method
  • Cutting

Homeowner Growing & Maintenance

Abelia is easy to grow, and adapts to most conditions. Feed once a year with a slow release fertilizer. To give your plant the best start possible, we include a free fertilizer packet.

Interesting Notes

Abelia can be evergreen in warmer climates.